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2/26/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Jamie Court appears on FOX Midday Sunday to discuss Consumer Watchdog's fight against oil company price gouging in California.
Video
2/26/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Jamie Court appears on FOX Midday Sunday to discuss Consumer Watchdog's latest campaigns, including fight back against oil company price gouging in California, and Google's proposed self-driving cars and whether they are safe yet or not.
Video
2/26/2016
Posted by Mark Reback
Jamie Court appears on FOX Midday Sunday to discuss Google's proposed self-driving cars and whether they are safe yet or not without having a real driver with the ability to take over control in emergencies.
Blog Post
9/29/2015
Posted by Jamie Court
The following is a tribute to Consumer Watchdog board member Jeremy Tarcher, who passed away recently, posted here on The Huffington Post. ---------- I recently received the sad news that my dear friend and publisher Jeremy Tarcher passed away. Few who walked the earth were ever as good a friend, mentor, or advisor as Jeremy. As his New York Times...
Blog Post
12/31/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
Fighting abuses at the world's largest corporations isn't easy, but thanks to your support Consumer Watchdog made big some changes in 2014. Will you support Consumer Watchdog's pioneering consumer advocacy with a tax-deductible contribution before the year's over?  Donate Here In 2014, our team saved California consumers more...
Blog Post
12/23/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
In today’s New York Times you can read about Consumer Watchdog’s new lawsuit against insurance giant Aetna for discriminating against patients with HIV. In today’s San Francisco Chronicle you can read about our report warning that California oil companies will likely try to artificially jack up gas prices in a “January...
Video
4/9/2014
Posted by Consumer Watchdog Admin
A new report released today by leading environmental advocate Penny Newman and residents of the poisoned Wildomar community shows that state toxics regulators doctored data in a preliminary investigation of the Autumnwood housing complex to avoid pinpointing what has poisoned the Riverside County residents and skip any cleanup, Consumer Watchdog...
News Release
4/4/2014
Posted by Carmen Balber
Santa Monica, CA – In another case of medical negligence almost too gruesome to believe, a hospital accused of letting a patient freeze to death in the morgue will never be held fully accountable because of a 38-year-old cap on malpractice damages in California. The cap that limits accountability for negligence in cases involving the death...
News Release
4/1/2014
Posted by Carmen Balber
SANTA MONICA, CA – The proponent of a ballot measure that would require doctors to undergo random drug testing called on the California Medical Board today to disclose the names of the 2,000 California physicians it has acknowledged have an active drug or alcohol addiction problem.   The Medical Board acknowledged that 1-2% of...
News Story
3/31/2014
Posted by Mark Reback
A ballot measure to raise California’s decades-old limit on medical-negligence lawsuit awards has gained a high-profile supporter: U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer. Bob and Carmen Pack of Danville, whose two children were killed by a drugged driver in 2003, submitted 840,000 signatures a week ago to qualify their measure for November’s ballot...